Understanding #systemd #2
systemd has incredible docs, some of the best I've ever seen, since systemd is so huge though it's difficult to find anything in systemd.
'man systemd.index' - index of man pages related to systemd.
'man systemd.directives' - list of all directives (variables) for use when creating or understanding units files (files end with .service or .mount etc)
'man systemd.special' - list of units that systemd provides and are considered important.
@ozoned Thanks! I've always wanted to dig deeper into systemd but `man systemd<Tab>` is pretty intimidating!
@kkremitzki lol it's VERY intimidating. 😄 It's HUGE. But it's like anything, one piece at a time. 🙂
You're entitled to your opinion, but as I stated in my disclaimer I'm not getting into this kind of conversation.
Thank you for sharing though.
@ozoned you are welcome! i don't care about disclaimers anyway! have a nice day!
@bashman If you actually want to make a difference and not come off like an ignorant ass you might actually want to try to give real information or at least attempt to make a change and create your own distro or contribute to a distro that doesn't have systemd.
By the way systemd isn't forced on anyone. You CAN choose to use whatever you want.
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